RADAR by Brooke Leeder & Dancers
Creativity is something that is very close to our hearts. The Arts, science and software development all have a lot in common. Over the years we have sponsored a range of local artists.
This year we are so proud to be sponsoring RADAR with Brooke Leeder and her talented young dancers.
We are lucky enough to have 40 complimentary tickets exclusively to you, if you purchase a training course before Wed 20th November 2019, inviting you to the VIP networking & behind the scenes event. Held at the iconic B-Sheds in Fremantle, you will be welcomed into the space to see the setup and hard work that goes into producing the show.
Special Offer – 2 free tickets (per booking) with every training course booked before 20th Nov 2019 – please contact us to book your training courses and claim your complimentary tickets
Date – Wed 20th Nov 2019
Location – B Shed, Peter Hughes Drive, Fremantle WA
Time – from 6pm for sunset networking with drinks and refreshments. The performance will start at 7pm. After this you will have the opportunity to hang out with the talented team. Chat to Nemo about the lighting, ask Louis if you can try out the drums and chat to the dancers about their career dreams.
Choreography – Brooke Leeder
Dancers – Lilly King, Scott Elstermann, May Greenberg, Alex Abbot and Sarah Sim.
Composer – Louis Frere-Harvey
Lighting Designer – Nemo Gandossini-Poireir
Musicians – Louis Frere-Harvey, Rosie Taylor and Joel Bass.
Featuring 23 youth ensemble dancers from John Curtin College of the Arts.
Presented in The Fremantle Biennale, November 21st to 24th, 2019, in the Iconic Fremantle Building – B Shed, Victoria Quay.
RADAR – Sirens and sounds are codes that trigger human movement; a universal, unspoken, sonic form of communication and direction into action. Alarms can also signal stillness; simultaneously meaning different things to different people.
RADAR will merge dancers, light, movement and sound, to create a bold and explosive new contemporary dance work within the incredible space of B Shed, with Fremantle harbour as the live back drop.
RADAR- Fremantle Biennale – Tickets Here
RADAR is proudly supported by
- The Department of Local Government
- Sport and Cultural Industries
- The Fremantle Biennale
- John Curtin College of the Arts